Create Complete Backup of Windows and Office 2010

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When you install Windows or Office 2010, you need to activate your license online and each time you reinstall on the same PC, you need to again reactivate the keys. But there is a limit to which you can activate the same license on the same PC. In such cases you can try Advanced Tokens Manager and it will create a complete backup of your Windows and Office 2010 activation, so that you can restore them when you re-install your system.

Advanced Tokens Manager

You need to run this portable tool, preferable run it from a newly created folder. Click on the backupActivation button and the app will store the activation for Windows and Office 2010. At any time you can restore it back when you are reinstalling it.

After you take a backup, make sure you that the following files are kept safely.

1.     Executable
2.     Backup Folder

The app is compatible only with all versions of Windows Vista / Windows 7, Server Versions, 6.0 and 6.1 Kernel , Office 2010 – All Service Pack. You cannot restore the backup to another machine with a different hardware, in such cases Windows will ask for activation.


1.   For Windows and Office, backup all license files, working with any license channel’s
2.   Virus FREE, no external programs required [ .NET Framework only ], solid EXE
3.   Dynamic interface
4.   Very lightweight and fast
5.   Coded with security features
6.   Less than 30 seconds is estimated to restore your activation

Download Advanced Tokens Manager 

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Backup and Restore Your Outlook 2007 / 2003 Email

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Backup and Restore Outlook 2007 / 2003 EmailEnsure that you never lose your important email and other information with these tips on how to back up and restore data in Outlook 2003 and 2007. Microsoft Outlook is used by thousands of internet user for email. Outlook holds your email, contacts, calendar, and more. If you are using Outlook for your email you should backup your email every 6-8 weeks.

You might try Microsoft Outlook Personal Folders Backup tool, a free Microsoft add-in for Outlook 2002 and 2003 for backing up Outlook data to a hard drive or network server. It works with Outlook 2007. Outlook Help provides a link to the tool. Access the Backup options from the File menu. It may be worth exploring other backup applications that automatically backup all your important files, not just Outlook, to a network drive or a server.

You don't have to use a backup tool to save your data. Instead, you can copy the PST file and save it elsewhere. Find your PST file by doing the following:

  1. Go to Account Settings from the Tools menu.
  2. Select the Data Files tab and double-click the Personal Folder you wish to backup.
  3. Put your cursor into the Filename box, click the box twice to highlight the line and Ctrl+C to copy it.
  4. Right-click the Start button and select Explore.
  5. Put your cursor into the folder location box and press Ctrl+V to paste the location of the personal folders file.
  6. Delete the PST file name (Outlook.pst, for example) and press Enter to find the PST file.
  7. Save the file to a network drive or online storage Web site.

To restore the data, do the following:

  1. Locate the backup copy of the PST file. Right-click the file and choose Copy.
  2. Right-click Start and select Explore.
  3. Find the folder where the original PST file lives (default C:\Users\[your user name]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook.pst) and press Ctrl+V to paste the file.
  4. Open Outlook to confirm the data appears.

How to setup an e-mail accounts in Microsoft Outlook 2007

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Setup an e-mail account in Outlook 2007One of the most important challenges for new computer users is to learn how to check their e-mail directly from their preferred e-mail client. Questions regarding this topic have been asked numerous times by customers. In this article we will explain step-by-step e-mail account settings and Video for Microsoft Outlook 2007.

How to find the e-mail server settings?

Before you configure Outlook 2007 to get your e-mail messages, you need to know what connection settings to use. Ask your e-mail service provider and get information about your e-mail client. Usually most mail services use POP3 as the protocol for retrieving your e-mail. Search for the words POP or POP3 and you might find the information you need.

How to configure Outlook 2007

step-1 : Start Outlook 2007, go to the Tools menu and click on Account Settings.

step-2 : In the Account Settings window you can configure all your e-mail accounts. To create a new account click on the New button.

step-3 : The Add New E-mail Account wizard will start. Select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP and click on Next.

step-4 : If you are not using any e-mail services from Microsoft you will need to configure your server settings manually. Check the box that says Manually configure server settings or additional server types and click on Next.

step-5 : In the next window you need to choose the type of mail server your e-mail service is using. In this tutorial we will cover the first option - Internet E-mail (POP, IMAP or HTTP).

step-6 : Now you need to enter all the settings required to connect to your e-mail server. First type your name and e-mail address. Then choose the appropriate connection type: POP3, IMAP or HTTP. Next, type the incoming and outgoing mail server addresses and then the user name and password used to connect to those servers.

step-7 : Then you need to make some additional settings, press on the More Settings button and the Internet E-mail Settings window will open. Here you have several tabs with different settings.  In the Outgoing Server tab you can configure the way Outlook connects and authenticates to the outgoing (SMTP) server.

step-8 : In the Advanced tab you can set the ports and you can enable the encrypted connection between your PC and the mail server. If your e-mail provider offers a generous inbox (1 GB or more) it is a good idea to check the Leave a copy of messages on the server. This way, if you have any problems with your PC and you lose your e-mail messages, you will always have them on the mail server and you can download them back once your PC is repaired. By default, Outlook 2007 does not have this option enabled. Another recommendation is to also check the 'Remove from server when deleted from Deleted Items' option. This helps you optimize the space used on your mail server by deleting all the undesired messages.

step-9 : When you are done making all the required settings, click on OK to return to the previous window and then click on Next. The wizard will now end and show you a congratulations message. Click on Finish and you are done.

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